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A quirky daytime eating experience is now offering evening fine dining with a difference.

Ice, the brainchild of Jon and Lou Jackaman, has launched el Siete - Spanish for the seven, named for their seven children, which provides small plates of fine foods created by the eight chefs at the Rougham Industrial Estate eatery.

Ice, which opened last April at Lundy Court offers hearty breakfasts, and an eclectic range of daytime eating. It has now opened on Friday and Saturday evenings between 6pm and 11pm. It provides a range of small plates of fine food which can be taken as and when customers like. There are no courses as such and diners book their table for the evening.

Staff at el Siete which is now offering evening fine dining (29439004)
Staff at el Siete which is now offering evening fine dining (29439004)

Ice provides a smart industrial themed environment with much of the furniture using reclaimed materials plus a dramatic mural and stage for music.

It is the lifelong ambition of Jon and Lou who also run the Ice Cook School. Jon heads up the team of chefs providing a wide range of dishes.

Sarah Stamp, operations manager, said: "This is a completely different food offering from the daytime. People can go on a culinary journey and enjoy a wide range of textures and tastes. In the evenings the ambience changes and we have a very relaxed atmosphere where customers can enjoy the food and the cocktails and drinks."